How the industry can prevent 'greenwash' on ethical investing

What does 'ethical' investing mean?

Anna Fedorova
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Investment Week news editor Anna Fedorova
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Investment Week news editor Anna Fedorova

Despite the growing popularity of responsible investing in the UK, it appears both investors and fund providers have not yet gained a firm grasp of what the word 'ethical' really means in terms of investment.

According to Eurosif, the ethical and environmental funds market in the UK reached £1.5trn in 2016, but a report from Castlefield published last week - Winners and Spinners - highlighted a number of funds...

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